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The Privacy Advisor | The Privacy Advisor Podcast: José Alejandro Bermudez on what's happening in Latin America Related reading: Podcast: Live from Summit with Alvaro Bedoya

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In this episode of the podcast, José Alejandro Bermudez of Nymity — and formerly the inaugural deputy superintendent for the protection of personal data in Colombia — talks to Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, about the data protection and privacy landscape in Latin America. Bermudez discusses what it was like to help create Colombia's first data protection authority, emerging laws and regulations, private companies' resistance to investing in privacy, and the fact that, as he says, the privacy profession isn't quite thriving in Latin America as it is elsewhere, but rather is still a "part-time" position in most cases. 

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